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Depersonalization Disorder

  • Some people experience a feeling of detachment from the self, a kind of unreality, something known as depersonalisation.
  • Severe and prolonged depersonalisation creates an anxiety loop and becomes a disorder, where the brain shows reduced activity in emotional responses.
  • Some factors that can lead to transient depersonalization are jetlag and sleep deprivation.


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